How To Use The Micrometer For High Quality CNC Parts?
The micrometer also known as the micrometer screw gauge, this device is able to measure small diameters of up to 1.65 mm plus or minus 0.005 mm. It is used in engineering to make sure the measurements are accurate down to the last millimeter. This machine often resembles calipers on opposite sides joined by a frame. The spindle is a very well calibrated screw. When measuring the diameter of an object, it is placed between the spindle and the anvil. There is a thimble engineered to adjust the diameter until the object is between the spindle and anvil. It can be turned to achieve optimum accuracy.
How is a micrometer read?
What is the proper way to use a micrometer?
- The micrometer screw gauge has a locking lever installed to inhibit movement when reading measurements. This should always assist when trying to record measurements. Also, always unlock the lever before revolving the thimble. Doing this might ruin the scale.
- The surfaces of the spindle and anvil should always be whipped before use. Particles may tamper with the measurements.
- Always make sure that you read the scale on the sleeve before the Vernier scale. If the order is mistaken the values will turn out wrong.
How much pressure should be applied during measurement?
Why is this important for training skilled machinists?
How does this help to improve the quality of your parts?
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